2020-2022 Nissan Frontier, Titan Recalled for Risk of Rolling Away

Nissan has given a review on 180,176 of its Frontier and Titan pickups since they could move while in Park all of a sudden.
The issue influences 2020 through 2022 models, which have a standard nine-speed programmed transmission.
Nissan says clients ought to draw in the leaving brake when their vehicle is fixed while sitting tight for a fix.
In excess of 180,000 Nissan Frontier and Titan pickups from the 2020 through 2022 model years are being reviewed over the potential they could roll away while in Park. In reports documented with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Nissan says the issue influences just these pickups and not different vehicles. Both have a Jatco nine-speed programmed transmission, which was new for the 2020 model year.

The vehicles remembered for the review are all from the 2020 through 2022 model years and incorporate 123,987 Frontier and 56,189 Nissan Titan pickups. The automaker faults “layered variety during the assembling system” for making the stopping pawl neglect to connect as expected. This thus could make the vehicle move albeit the shifter is in Park. Be that as it may, Nissan appraises just 0.03 percent of vehicles reviewed are supposed to have the issue. There have been four reports guaranteeing minor wounds, as indicated by archives Nissan recorded with NHTSA.

Nissan will advise proprietors starting July 20, despite the fact that its arrangement to fix the issue is still underway. Meanwhile, Frontier and Titan proprietors can check the NHTSA reviews site for refreshes and to check whether their vehicle is remembered for the review.